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Image of Amsonia tabernaemontana var. salicifolia photo by: Mark Kane

Mark Kane

(Willowleaf Eastern Bluestar)

Willow-leaved blue star is a vigorous herbaceous perennial prized for its size, distinctive fine texture, starry flowers, and its golden fall color. In spring, thin unbranched stems rise from the center of the roots. The inner stems grow upright while the outer stems lean slightly, giving the plant a spreading silhouette with a rounded crown. The willow-like leaves of this variety are much narrower than those of the species and grow almost at right angles to the stems, producing a resemblance to...

(Alexander's Foot)

Commonly called Mount Alto daisy, Anacyclus pyrethrum is a low growing perenial taht has a daisy like flower with yellow centers and petals that are white on the front and red on the back. It blooms in mid-summer. Its ferny foliage has a silver cast. Native to the Mediterean region, this daisy needs good drainage and full sun. It will tolerate drought conditions, but does not like humidity. Mount Alto daisy may die during extremely cold winters. Use as edging or in the front of a perennial...

(Mount Atlas Daisy)

Mount Atlas daisy is a cute, short-lived, alpine perennial that cheerfully opens white-petaled, daisy-like flowers in summer. The flowers close at dusk and reopen in the morning on this mat-like ground cover from the mountainous northwestern corner of Africa. The grayish green feathery foliage is beautiful in morning light, and is a perfect backdrop to the closed flowerheads showing the red side of their petals.

Mt. Atlas daisy is an excellent plant for gritty, well drained soils in full sun....

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Garden Gnome Daisy, Mount Atlas Daisy)

Mount Atlas daisy is a cute, short-lived, alpine perennial that cheerfully opens white-petaled, daisy-like flowers in summer. The flowers close at dusk and reopen in the morning on this mat-like ground cover from the mountainous northwestern corner of Africa. The grayish green feathery foliage is beautiful in morning light, and is a perfect backdrop to the closed flowerheads showing the red side of their petals.

Mt. Atlas daisy is an excellent plant for gritty, well drained soils in full sun....

Image of Anchusa azurea photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Italian Bugloss)

A lovely short-loved perennial for sunny well-drained gardens, Italian bugloss has branched stems covered with numerous rich royal blue flowers that will attract bees. It naturally inhabits drier, open areas, from the Mediterranean to Central Asia, where soils are sharply drained and on the poorer side. It self-sows aggressively and has become naturalized across other temperate regions, such as regions of North America, where it is considered an invasive weed.

The fine, linear leaves of this...

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Jesse Saylor

(Italian Bugloss)

The moderately compact Italian bugloss 'Feltham Pride' produces loads of azure blue flowers on bushy, coarsely foliated plants from early to midsummer. A lovely short-loved perennial for sunny well-drained gardens, Italian bugloss has branched stems covered with numerous rich royal blue flowers that will attract bees. It naturally inhabits drier, open areas, from the Mediterranean to Central Asia, where soils are sharply drained and on the poorer side. It self-sows aggressively and has become naturalized...

Image of Andromeda polifolia photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Bog Rosemary)

Bog rosemary is a low, narrow-leaved, evergreen shrub inhabiting peat bogs throughout the upper Northern Hemisphere. Its dainty, white or pink, lantern-shaped flowers occur in clusters in late spring and early summer.

Several cultivars of bog rosemary are available. All require acid, moist soil and shelter from hot sun. They are splendid in a bog garden, rock garden, or combined with heaths, dwarf rhododendrons, and other acid-loving plants.

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Russell Stafford

(Blue Ice Bog Rosemary, Bog Rosemary)

Bog rosemary is a low, narrow-leaved, evergreen shrub inhabiting peat bogs throughout the upper Northern Hemisphere. Its cultivar 'Blue Ice' has striking silvery blue-green leaves, and bears pale dainty, pale-pink, lantern-shaped flowers in late spring and early summer.

This shrub requires acidic, moist, but not waterlogged, soil and shelter from hot sun. It is splendid in a bog garden, rock garden, or combined with heaths, dwarf rhododendrons, and other acid-loving plants.

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Jesse Saylor

(Bog Rosemary, Dwarf Bog Rosemary)

Bog rosemary is a low, narrow-leaved, evergreen shrub inhabiting peat bogs throughout the upper Northern Hemisphere. Selected for its relatively compact habit, the cultivar 'Nana' also features a late-spring and early-summer display of dainty, pale-pink, lantern-shaped flowers. It requires acid, moist, but not waterlogged soil, and shelter from hot sun. It is splendid in a bog garden, rock garden, or combined with heaths, dwarf rhododendrons, and other acid-loving plants.

Image of Andropogon gerardii photo by: TL

TL

(Big Bluestem, Turkey Foot)

Big bluestem is an rugged, clump-forming perennial grass that makes a dense clump of leaves and tall flower stalks topped with distinctive seedheads in autumn. Native to a vast range across North America, from southern Canada to northern Mexico, it has become quite rare in the western United States.

The blue-green stems and green leaves are relatively short throughout the summer, but with the onset of fall, the stems lengthen as the flowers emerge. Silvery-red or red-purple in color, the tiny...